Informal volunteer groups keen to grow but held back by lack of funding, time and contacts: Singapore study

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SINGAPORE - Informal groups of volunteers who help those in need are keen to do more but they are held back by a lack of funding, time and contacts, a recent study has found.

The study by philanthropic organisation The Majurity Trust (TMT) found that these were the key areas that such ground-up initiatives struggle with in their push to scale up and do more.

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